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it's tuesday, march 1st, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news". >> super tuesday. a cross roads in the path to the white house. millions of americans will vote today and determine the future of the presidential race. >> he thought that i was doing it for publicity and attention, and that ripped me apart. >> tearful testimony from erin
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the sportscaster tries to win a $75 million lawsuit over a nude video secretly shot while she was in a hotel room. fender bender. for the first time, one of google's self-driving cars causes an accident. why the tech giant says it's only partly to blame. and storm survivor. a fedex driver lives to tell how she made it through a tornado that leveled a hardware store. captioning funded by cbs "sportsbeat" "sportsbeat" . good morning from the studio 57 studio headquarters. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. it is super tuesday, arguably the most important day of the presidential primary season. more delegates are up for grabs today than any other single day of the contest. for hillary clinton, this is an opportunity to distance herself from bernie sanders while donald trump has a chance to grab an insurmountable lead in the race
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a cnn/orc national poll shows trump more than 30 percentage points ahead of marco rubio. that same poll finds clinton topping sanders 35% to 38%. weijian jiang is in washington with the latest. weijian, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. good morning to everybody. by the front-runners, he will not clinch. the nomination but momentum can certainly carry them through, and for a fractured gop, that means a greater divide between republicans who will and will not back trump. on the eve of super tuesday trump predicted a win in georgia. >> we're going to win, win, win. >> the latest poll show the presidential frond runner leading in both the national and in several key states. marco rubio has tried to halt it hammering him for days most
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former kkk leader david duke who announced his support for trump. >> there's no room in the conservative movement for the kkk or david duke or anyone who will not condemn them. >> senato cruz is banking on a win in his home state to keep his campaign alive. >> what we will see, i believe, is donald trump and me coming out both with a significant chunk of delegates and everyone else far behind. >> in the democratic race political analysts expect hillary clinton to pick up far more delegates than bernie sanders today which could make it possible for hillary clinton to lose the nomination. >> what we need to do together is make america whole again. >> sanders made his final pitch in massachusetts where more than 100 delegates are on the line. >> i think we're going to win here in massachusetts. >> the vermont senator says he intends to take his campaign all
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and there are already some rumblings that some republicans are preparing for a third-party candidate and that's because it's not just the nomination at stake, but they say a trump win could affect races in the future and some republicans are even embracing an anti-trump social media campaign using the the #nevertrump. anne-marie? >> weijian jiang in washington. weijian, thank you. the secret service is investigating a physical altercation between one of its agents and a journalist at a trump rally in virginia. as black lives matter protesters were being taken from the rally, "time" magazine photographer christopher morris left the designated press area to take pictures. the agent confronted morris and morris admits cursing at him. the agent grabbed morris by the neck and put him in a choke hold and then slammed him to the ground.
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who demonstrated what happened. morris was led away by security, but says he will not press charges. coming up later on on "cbs this morning," we'll discuss the implications with cbs political analyst john dickerson and our political team will bring you election results at 10:00, 9:00 central. well, apple won a legal battle against government efforts to force it to break into a loft iphone. this involves a drug case in new york city. the judge ruled apple is not to have to. this is not related to the case regarding the san bernardino shooter. and the dispute between apple and the fbi travels to capitol hill today. fbi director james comey and apple's chief lawyer are scheduled to testify before the house judiciary committee. apple is arguing in court that
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precedent. a 14-year-old ohio student is under arrest charged with murder after allegedly opening fire in his school cafeteria. the trouble started at madison high school about 30 miles north of cincinnati yesterday morning. two students were wounded, and two others were injured while trying to escape. >> i looked to the left like what's going on, all of a sudden, bang, bang, bang, bang. i thought, okay, that's a gun. i ran back into the library. >> one of the kids who got shot, i grabbed his leg and then fall down, and then the kid that's shooting like run out. >> the student gunman ran out of the school, dropped his handgun, and was captured. police say they have a motive but aren't saying what it is. in california a woman and her two young children are safe after being kidnapped by her ex-husband. her husband lead a chase
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at one point he stopped but refused to surrender. the chase continued into the night. he stopped again, got out of the car and made a run for it. his children and their mother are in good shape and the suspect remains on the run. well, a watershed moment at the supreme court. justice clarence thomas asked a question. this is the first time thomas has asked a question in ten years. he has said he relies on written briefs. the case involves the federal law that bans people convicted of domestic violence from owning guns. president obama is schedule yumed to meet with senate leaders today to discuss the vacancy left with the death of justice antonin scalia. senate republican leaders say they will not consider a obama nominee and want the next president to fill the vacancy. funeral services will be held today for the virginia officer who was shot and killed on her first day on the job. a long police profession accompanied ashley guindon's
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she was killed saturday night in response to a domestic shooting. coming up, court documents revealed the bomber's state of mind before the attack. and later airbnb renters make a horrific discovery in a backyard. this is the "cbs morning news." with a smooth center. luscious.... flowing... welcome... to the best time of your day. unwrap... unwind... experience the melt. only the lindor truffle. from the lindt master
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on the morning newsstand. they say he called his brother to sin kron nice explosions. also tsarnaev didn't warn any of his friends before the attack because he didn't care if they got hurt. the daily progress reports jesse matthew jr. is expected to plead guilty tomorrow in two killings. matthew is accused of murdered two college students in virginia, hannah graham and morgan hair hearing arrington harrington. without the plea he could have faced the death penalty. he's already serving a life term for sexual assault. the tennessean is reporting emotional testimony by erin andrews involving a nude video of her. the sportscaster broke down when telling the jury how some in the media speculated the video was a publicity stunt. she recalls telling her father that the video was online. >> my dad thought i was in a car accident.
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i was like, dad, i'm all over the internet and i don't know what it is. >> andrews is suing a nashville hotel for $75 million claiming it enabled the stalker who peephole. the "washington post" reports the resignation of a college present who compared struggling freshmen to bunnies who should be drowned. simon newman wassing in his first year. his remarks were published six weeks ago in the school's student newspaper. and the "san francisco chronicle" reports a warning to big leaguers about chewing tobacco. it's outlawed in boston, l.a., and san francisco. a reminder from major league baseball says it expects players to comply. still ahead, a first for google's self-driving car. the etan autonomous car appears to be at fault for an accident involving a bus. car.
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the woman's death. the seven-room mansion is no longest listed for rental onary bnb. for the first time, a car by google was involved in an accident. a car hit a bus near google's headquarters in mountain view, california, on valentine's day, according to the accident report the car was trying to get around an obstruction when it hit a bus going two miles an hour. the employee who was in the car said he didn't take control because he thought the bus would yield. on the "cbs moneywatch" lumber liquidators and fast food chains in a price war. good morning, anne-marie. lumber liquidators tallied a fourth quarter loss that was three times expected amid a new round of safety concerns. last week the cdc said people exposed to certain types of laminate floors were three times more likely to get cancer than
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predicteded. last year they stopped selling chinese-made laminate floors. >> stocks on wall street ended lower as nine of ten market specters fell yesterday. the dow cropped 123 points, the s&p lost 15 points, the nasdaq fell 32. the cyber breach at the internal revenue service is worse than previously reported. they initially said about 100,000 accounts had been hacked. now they say they got access to more than 700,000. potentially stolen data includes social security numbers, birth dates, and other information that could be used to impersonate a real taxpayer. nasa says it's working on a new quieter supersonic passenger jet. nasa awarded a $20 million contract to lockheed martin for the preliminary design. instead of the loud super sonic boom, the new jet would make a
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the sound bayier. the contract ended in 2003 when the concord made its last flight. and, anne-marie, you may have noticed there's a big-time sales, how the ten chicken nuggets from burger king for $1.50. mcdonald's, you could pick items two for $5.00. it's over losing commerce due to new higher end stores. anne-marie. >> jill wagner at the new york city. thanks a lot, jill. coming up, caught in a tornado. a surveillance camera catch as fedex worker with nowhere to run as a tornado touches down in louisiana. worker with nowhere to run as a tornado touches down in louisiana. itchy,z watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide. flonase changes everything. hi i' m kristie. and i' m jess. and we are the bug chicks. we're a nano-business. windows 10 really helps us get the word out about how awesome bugs are. kids learn to be
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after a record-setting stay at the international space station, scott kelly is coming home today. from orbit he talked about the end of his 342-day mission. >> guys in the black shirts here are going home tomorrow, which, of course, is always bittersweet when you leave this incredible place. >> once back on earth, nasa will compare kelly's condition to that of his twin brother mark to study the effects of long space journeys. millions took cover when severe storms hit the southeast, but one louisiana woman couldn't find shelter as a powerful her amazing survival was caught on a surveillance camera. karen chal la of our baton rouge stable wvab has the story. >> reporter: david segona was
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he owns a hardware store in bankerville. it used to look like this. mesh of metal. in the bathrooms. >> as i was closing the door to sucked out. i saw the side wall get sucked out. >> reporter: this weekend see go na attempted to check his security cameras to see if they caught anything oolz. notice this lady come up to the doors, pull on them and they're locked. you see debris beginning to fly and seconds later what looks like a big explosion. kyra johnson is that explosion. she had just made her delivery to segona's at the back door. she came out and looked up. >> i had never seen the sky swirl so pretty. the first thing you think, let me tape it, i want to show people.
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segona recorded. you can clearly see the tornado. she was so tunnel vision she never noticed it. exactly two minutes later it was over. >> just braced might. it wasn't even holding on. it was to brace myself. >> reporter: the coke machine fell over. there are no words to put to this video. how did she survive. >> god. there's no way. after i seen the video i didn't know what it looked like. i just figured i was in a tornado. >> that was karen chal la reporting. wow. well, not known for sitting silently on the sidelines steve balmer took his love for his team to the net. he gave his best dunk during halftime of a nets game. maybe it was the boost they needed because they beat brooklyn, 105-95. u.s. soccer has a brand-new look this morning. with the help of nike, the
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redesigned its crest. it's more streamlined and it's closer in look to the american flag than the previous crest. fans will also notice the women's jerseys will have three stars above the crest signifying the team's three world cup wins. coming up after your news on "cbs this morning," we will discuss today's super tuesday elections. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." -- captions by vitac
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,, ,, well, the medal of honor was given yesterday to only the sixth navy s.e.a.l. in the history of the award. the hero risked his life to rescue an american hostage in afghanistan. weijian jiang reports. >> reporter: edward byers jr. goes to a great lengths to stay hidden as a member of the s.e.a.l. team 6, but on monday the 36-year-old was at the center of the president's attention. >> he's the consummate quiet
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>> reporter: he awarded the special ops chief the special medal of honor. in 2012 he was part of a raid that saved a hostage in afghanistan. joseph said he realized a rescue was under way when he heard someone calling his name. >> as soon as i heard my name and i answered back and they heard where my voice was coming from, one s.e.a.l. just came and laid on top of me. >> reporter: that man was byers. >> with his bare hands ed pinned the fighter to the wall and held him until his teammates took action. >> reporter: it's the highest military designation. byers is the first living active duty member of the navy to receive the award in four decades. >> i'm going to second doing my job in the navy and being a s.e.a.l. and doing what i love. >> reporter: his teammate was
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a true american hero. >> reporter: byers said he just doing his job. patriotism, this one for the women known as real life rosie the riveters. california lawmakers honored eight women who worked at shipyards during world war ii. it was part of women's history month which officially begins today. and he was the inmate who nicknamed paul newman cool hand luke. it was a typical tough guy role for george kennedy and earned him an oscar. he died sunday. he had more than 180 film and tv credits. george kennedy was 91 years old. well, the family of a famed character actor feels he was snubbed by hollywood. he died less than two months ago but he was left out of a tribute sunday night during the academy awards show.
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honored during the emmys. ratings for the oscars show before the lowest since 2008. about 34 million people tuned in. 3 million fewer than last year. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a preview of super tuesday contest, we'll hear from major garrett and nancy cordes. plus the investigation of a cheese maker selling questionable products, and only on "cbs this morning," a woman undergoing a kidney transplant today after finding her donor in an unusual way. for this tuesday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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,, ,, hi, everybody. tuesday, march 1st. super tuesday. i'm alan gionet. >> and i'm britt moreno . thanks for joining us this morning. it's super tuesday. a crucial day for campaign and it comes a day after a scuffle involving a secret service agent and a photographer. >> i stepped 18 inches out of the pin and he grabbed me by the neck and started choking me and slammed me to the ground. >> the photographer says it

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